$1 million is not very much in NYC: you can't even get a one bedroom on Park Avenue or downtown for that small of an amount. The place that Harvey owns would be, I'm guessing, $5 million maybe more? As for his pay check, it's not like he's sitting around and all this cash is flowing in; he works hard, and he has loyal clients. We've seen that he has many since they first started out; including the one last night. I think that's why they chose that particular case. I know how lawyers are paid in big firms, but however he is paid, he brings in the most $. Mike is screwed; Robert is going to find out his secret. As for Donna? He did not pay her salary for the wrong reasons, it was as you said, out of line, to throw it in Louis' face. He did that, for the wrong reasons. But then Donna was also treated differently by Harvey because of their personal relationship, and that is one thing that she will eventually realize. She makes a lot of money if he kept increasing it, as he made more. I didn't get a read on how she felt about him paying her that way, and that putting their friendship aside, was lucky, or that she was angry that he told her for the wrong reasons. I think it's the latter? This whole thing w/Donna/Louis and Harvey is growing old fast, as is the fact that Louis is constantly making the same mistakes. He sounded a bit crazy when he was yelling at Harvey right?
I agree that this season was a mess, and it seemed to me that they needed to clean everything up, but put all the chess pieces in place, for what seems to be a reboot for S4. Although I keep reading that this was their most successful season? I was so frustrated with these ridiculous "cliffhangers", i.e.. Oliver is dead, everyone is poisoned; really? Oliver dying had great potential for a character that had been written into a corner, to move into the next stage of his development. But they screwed it up by pushing Laurel into the team, because it seemed as if the point of Oliver "dying" was to see the team without him,which apparently it was, and it did not work. Laurel could have slowly transitioned onto the team, because I still love her as a lawyer a sister, and a daughter, more than anything else. I agree that Felicity saving him was too much, and Ray's suit, to me, always looked ridiculous. He fit in better with the Flash, as he and Barry, even in those few moments a few epis' back, had great chemistry. I had hoped that Felicity would remain VP of Palmer Tech, and still go on a sabbatical with Oliver. But I guess they had to do the whole blowing up thing, for the new spinoff? I am an Olicity shipper, and they belong together. But they screwed that up, as it was growing organically, and they could have written it differently, and ended up in the same place. This was not angst, but an exercise in frustration, with no meaningful interaction. It was no longer a joy to watch, as it was on repetitive cycle, that hurt Felicity's character. I agree that it should be in the background in S4, and simply be an adult relationship and what that entails. I think that it could be a great example for the younger audience to see what that looks like, and what better way to do it, than with a couple w/a huge fan base? The best episodes of the season were the crossovers, and their time on The Flash, proved that Olicity can work, they just needed to cross the line into becoming a couple. It also included the original team, but that's over now, and I am willing to watch S4, as a reboot, gives me hope. I loved Thea's arc this season, but not seeing any repercussions for being reborn, was disappointing. Watching her shoot Oliver in 2.22 was amazing! Also, did anyone else feel like they were learning more about Felicity, Felicity & Oliver on The Flash, than on Arrow?
It was great watching Kyle turn over Peter, but Peter was smiling as he was taken away. I think Kyle's boss was immortal, and they wanted to know where the damning intel was located. They probably guessed that Kyle would do as he did, because they knew what type of man he is. Illaria has been around long enough to read human character traits, and how to manipulate them. They played Julia from the beginning, so the entire year was a set up to trap Alan, so their secret would never be discovered. Talk about playing the long game, right? It was pretty nauseating, but very Helix to see the ad for the produce, which we knew would cause infertility. Finally we have Sara, taking a cue from her time on the island, by managing procreation in a matrix-like facility. I'd like to see the origin story of the immortals, and see what happened to Kyle & Soren, along with Hatake, Julia and Sara. Kyle was not immortal, but who knows, perhaps there will be some type of resistance group along with Alan and Hatake. It would be a nice way to close out the series and finally understand where and who the immortals were.
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